Boulder, CO – With the Buffaloes new look offense fans were looking for more with Bredon Lewis who is a dual treat quarterback. They ran into TCU team that just kept the pressure on all night until they were victories 38-13 over Colorado.
“Well, I wasn’t expecting,” said Dorrell, whose Buffs dropped opening game of the season 0-1 for the first time since 2015, “that type of game.”
Colorado will have to regroup plug some wholes after allowing TCU to rush for 261 yards in the second half as the game began to get away from them. Four rushing touchdowns by four different backs. Kendre Miller & Emari Demarcado both put their stamp on the game finding paydirt.
Some will say who stopped TCU best the lightning with the weather delay or the Buffaloes defense…
Safety Trevor Woods lead Colorado with 6 tackles and 2 for loss. This shows that the front seven needs to step up this season.
“We didn’t have the answers,” Dorrell said. “They had the better adjustments in the second half. We have to put our guys in better position.”
TCU took on a challenge coming West to face Colorado before playing their next three games in Texas. The Horned Frogs will play nine games in the state of Texas only leaving the state 3 times in a 12 games season.
Before Lewis was benched and boo late in second half to try regain something. Lewis did rush for 42 yards on 8 carries and threw 13/18 for only 78 yards. Between Lewis and hot transfer J.T. Shrout they connected with 12 receivers
Coach Karl Dorrell will have his hands full leading up to its PAC-12 match up with UCLA in game four. After tonight the Buffs will host a heavy run Air Force team and then the following week travel to Minnesota to see if they can Row the Boat.
Next week the Buffaloes will face Air Force on CBS at 1:30pm and TCU will host Tarleton at 7pm in Forth Worth.